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Old 06-07-2018, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Rogue13 View Post
...As with all things in family court, the win is in avoiding it entirely. I sincerely do not want to go back, because what should be a simple matter of upholding the psychologists assessment can snowball rapidly into a host of other "issues", delays and spiraling costs.....

This is true, and it's best to avoid, but sometimes court is necessary. Are you able to settle with things staying the same? If no, then you may need it, as it's been 4 years, and you don't seem to have an ex who wants to work it out. When is she going to "discuss" this with you? Next year? 3 years from now?
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